IWIW505101-IWC Tribute to Pallweber Edition “150 Years”

IW505101

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IW505101 Specifications

case

case

  • 18 ct red gold case
  • Diameter 52.0 mm
  • Height 14.2 mm
  • See-through sapphire glass back
  • Water resistance 3 bar

Movement

Movement

  • 94200 Calibre
  • IWC-manufactured movement
  • Manual-winding
  • 60 hours Power Reserve
  • Frequency 28800.0 vph (4.0 hz)
  • 54 Jewels
  • Côtes de Genève, perlage

Features

Features

  • Sapphire glass, convex, antireflective coating on both sides
  • Small hacking seconds
  • Limited to 50 pieces

dial

dial

  • White dial

Strap

Strap

  • Strap width 0 mm

The IWC Tribute to Pallweber Edition “150 Years” Story

In 1884, IWC manufactured the first so-called Pallweber pocket watches. These innovative timepieces displayed the hours and minutes in digital format with large numerals on rotating discs. In the anniversary year, IWC honours this pioneering achievement with the IWC Tribute to Pallweber Edition “150 Years”. This pocket watch is limited to just 50 watches and has an 18-carat red gold case, a white dial with a lacquered finish, and white display discs. As a reference to the design of the historical Pallweber watches and a tribute to F.A. Jones – the American watchmaker who founded IWC – the windows of the digital display are labelled as “Hours” and “Minutes”. The IWC-manufactured 94200 calibre advances the display discs by using a separate wheel train with a barrel of its own. The fact that the flow of power in the main wheel train is uninfluenced, guarantees a precise rate and a 60-hour power reserve.

Calibre Family 94000

The hand-wound movement features two barrels, which provide the energy for a number of different complications, including the constant-force tourbillon, the astronomical module in the Portugieser Sidérale Scafusia and the digital Pallweber display.

Digital Pallweber Display

The rotating discs of the digital Pallweber display are moved by a separate wheel train with its own barrel. This ensures maximum precision and a 60-hour power reserve.

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